Inca RTX is a developer's tool for creating custom broadcast applications, such as up-to-the-minute data in sports, weather and elections.
The Nanjing (Nanking) Subway Network, located in Nanjing, Jiang Su Province of China, has purchased 40 Inca RTX systems from Inscriber, a subsidiary of Leitch Technology. The 40 real-time data display and graphic systems will drive a new channel for subway passengers.
The Nanjing Subway Network, which transports approximately 473,000 passengers a day, wanted to develop a customized channel to effectively communicate with its passengers. Nanjing Subway required a solution that provided broadcast-quality graphics while offering its content developers an efficient environment to create the specific channel for the application.
Inca RTX is a developer's tool for creating custom broadcast applications, such as up-to-the-minute data in sports, weather and elections; dynamic graphics and effects within interactive programs, game shows and shopping channels; and multiple layers of graphics, video, and animations in news and information channels.
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